It's another great opportunity to learn ya some about the legal world and this one is an interesting topic to Andy O because while still living as any proper Irishmen should, basically pay check to paycheck and driving a car that will be paid off when it's 20 years old, there are some "assets" that have come along over the years that the value of really isn't easily determined for a number of factors. We should add too that there is no imminent danger of Andy needing to know such value of said items, as things with Mrs. O seem to be going quite well.
However, think about a lifetime of meeting celebs, autographed items from rock stars, one of a kind items that have no real comparison to try and derive a price from. Then, you can branch into some of the technology that's used. What's the "value" of a sound effects library or music beds for audio production?? To Andy, or anyone who knows what to do with them, they are priceless...to the average person, they are taking up space on a hard drive that could be filled with pictures of kids or recipes.
Everything has a value, and some is much easier understood than others. We know how much a car costs, same for a house or property but when it comes down to the nitty gritty, those in the legal world have process and people to help with all of that and as usual Shon makes it pretty easy to understand with our discussion today. Take a listen.